Rolling Meadows DUI charge by State Trooper Dismissed

Posted by John Callahan | Sep 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

In the current DUI case, the State Trooper was dispatched to a call about a crash that had occurred on the ramp from Algonquin to Illinois Route 53 Northbound. Upon arrival, according to the Trooper, he spoke to a number of witnesses about the crash and the Trooper had information that the Rolling Meadows Police Department was having the client detained at the Lowes off of Algonquin Road in Rolling Meadows. When the Trooper relocated to the Lowes off of Algonquin Road, the Trooper noted a strong odor of alcohol emanating from the client's mouth and he had bloodshot and glassy eyes.The client stated that he was on his way to Mount Prospect when he got into a crash. He got scared and began to run away. The Trooper asked this client if he had been drinking and the client told him that he had been drinking at a bar in Schaumburg and stated that he had 2 pint sized beers at a bar where he met up with his friend. He told the Trooper that he had his last drink at 12:30 A.M. According to the Trooper, the client failed all of the field sobriety tests and he was subsequently arrested for a DUI.Michael Norris was able to successfully get the DUI dismissed and the client did not have a conviction for anything alcohol related at all

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